Marcia and Curtis were married on April 16, 2011 in Huntsville, AR. Their celebration had lots of thoughtful details that pulled the theme of an old-fashioned wedding together very nicely. You wouldn’t think of bright pink, lime green and orange as “old-fashioned” colors, but it looked really great! The ceremony was held at Calvary Baptist Church, and the reception was at the Madison County Fairgrounds. The wedding arch at the ceremony and the guest book table were made from reclaimed wood, and the head table and desert table were covered in old quilts. There we also lots of quilts hung along the walls behind the food tables. On the other side of the reception hall, the wall was covered in burlap and hung with crosses of all shapes and sizes. This “cross walk” displayed engagement photos as well a serving as a sweet tribute to the grooms father. The guest tables had mason jars full of colorful jellybeans mixed with small floral arrangements as centerpieces. The bride even wore cowboy boots under her wedding dress, and her bridesmaids joined in by changing into their boots for the reception. We had a great time and wish Marcia and Curtis all the best!